DIY Stitch Markers!

Per the ever amazing Pinterest and a cache of beads and things, LorrieKNITS! was motivated to make her own stitch markers!  Great fun!



Happy Holiday from Lorrie KNITS!

Well, another year will be gone, soon thankfully!  And while Lorrie KNITS! did not make the holiday season to sell wonderful creative items, next year for sure will bring more opportunity.  Here’s wishing everyone a safe, happy, loving holiday and prosperous New Year.  Bring on 2017!!!


Holiday wreath courtesy of Pinterest and Jo-Ann Fabrics.

You Are Cordially Invited…

…To view the photographic works of the mother of Lorrie KNITS! on Instagram. Click on below photo of Doris Banbury to see instagram page.


During the 1950s in her hometown of New York, Doris Banbury (1930-2015) hung out with like-minded friends who loved to chase and photograph A-list theatre, film, television and radio celebrities including Marilyn Monroe; Elizabeth Taylor and Sammy Davis Jr.  A select few of Doris’s works were purchased by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (here is Doris’s page on SFMOMA website HERE)  And a select few of Doris’s work was featured in a 2010 SFMOMA exhibit by Sandra Phillips.



Doris at the 2010 Exhibit entitled; Exposed; Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870, in front of her encased photos.

Doris lovingly passed on her love of photography to her two children.  Doris’s later work and her past work will be featured in a future book slash MEMOIR.  (click “memoir” to see video)

Please support the mother of LorrieKNITS! by viewing the Instagram tribute page created for her.  That’s all you need to do, VIEW! Thank you!

The Mysterious Gladys Peryl and Her Tiny Sweaters


The Mysterious Gladys Peryl and her Tiny Sweaters.


A Doll made by Lorrie KNITS!

Using a book on Knitted Toys, I started a doll back in 2013 for a couple I met on a plane to Paris in 2009, Moira and Pietro.  When Moira had her first daughter I thought, “I’ll make something for her.”  Of course I got ambitious in the beginning and then, of course, life intervened and I got as far as the doll’s body and sweater.  But, the doll is finished and ready to be assembled.  For the youngest child I will do something smaller, but hopefully fun.  Enjoy the video!